A Home away from Home! Baladerry Inn is located at the edge of the Gettysburg Battlefield near Little Round Top. This Circa 1812 brick Federal-style home served as a hospital during the war between the states. A large two-storied great room dominated by a massive brick fireplace serves as both a dining and gathering area. A brick terrace, off the great room, provides an outdoor area for socializing, while a gazebo affords a private place of tranquillity.
1830 House second floor, Queen Bed, private bath w/shower and single whirlpool tub.
1812 House second floor, twin beds converts to King (in comment/question section please specify bed size needed), Private bath across hall.
Located off the Great Room 1st floor, Queen Bed, private bath with stand up shower,
Located off the Great Room first floor, Queen Bed, Private Bath with stand up shower
Carriage House first floor, Queen bed, private bath and patio.
Carriage House first floor, Queen bed, private bath and patio
Carriage House second floor, Queen bed, single pull out sofa, fireplace, private bath
Carriage House second floor, Queen bed, pull out double sofa bed, private bath, fireplace
2 Room Suite, king bed, Sunroom w/pull out double sleep sofa, Private Bath, TV, fireplace and patio,first floor
1830 house second floor, king bed, fireplace, private bath
4.8 on October 28, 2014
Great place to relax after a tour of the battlefield . A glass of wine I the evening on the patio and watching the deer was fantastic. Beautiful house. The hosts were great. My second time there and will definitely go back.
5 on October 16, 2014
It's a perfect place to stay while visiting Gettysburg. The pictures on the website don't do it justice; it's a lot cozier in person. Breakfast was delicious. Just a short drive to the Battlefield and Visitor Center where you can even hop on a shuttle that will take you into town and not have to worry about parking. When you've had your fill of history, there's an outline mall about a mile away too with a movie theater.
Thanks so much! So glad you were pleased! Hope to see you again!
5 on October 13, 2014
We had a great two day stay. An added bonus was an evening fireside presentation by a local historian on the effect of the battle on the Gettysburg residents.
Mrs Myra is a wonderful story teller! Can you learn more about her at Places thru time web site. Glad you enjoyed your stay with us!
4.8 on October 06, 2014
What a wonderful place to stay at Gettysburg - so nice that is is tucked just away from all the hustle and bustle of downtown. Beautiful, peaceful historic property. Kenny & Judy simply couldn't be any nicer! Perfectly clean as well. We very much enjoyed our time there and surely hope to stay again! - Len & Brunie
4.4 on October 01, 2014
Upon arrival from a long day of driving and sightseeing, we were welcomed by our hosts and shown the property and given information regarding our stay for two nights (meal hours, restaurant recommendations, etc.) Shown to our room which was spotless, we were thrilled to see that we had an open deck to a wonderful open view to enjoy a glass of wine and unwind from our day's activities. On our second night guests were entertained around the campfire by Mistress Myra a local lady that tells the story of the Battle of Gettysburg from a townswoman's point of view. Very enlightening and a wonderful way to spend an evening with fellow travellers. Food at Baladerry Inn was well presented, hot and filling.
4.8 on September 30, 2014
We stayed at the Baladerry Inn September 12th for 3 days and what a wonderful experience. My sister and her daughter had stayed there in May and loved it so much that I had to go and see for myself!! The innkeepers are very very nice and accommodating. You can tell that they love their Inn and share it well. Their breakfast exceeds all expectations as it was fresh, delicious, homemade, and comforting. The bonus for me was their respect for my no meat diet. Judy made me own special version of what the other guests were having so I never felt left out. We stayed in the Cottage Rose suite which was delightfully decorated, clean and cozy. The grounds are impeccably manicured. The Inn is close to the Gettysburg battlefield but "far from the madding crowd" peacefully secluded in the woods. There is talk of the Inn being haunted but I never felt so at peace and relaxed. If it is haunted the spirits there must also feel at peace and protected by the innkeepers who take such loving care of their establishment. I know that someday I will return someday and I can't wait. Maureen, Windsor Ct
4.8 on September 25, 2014
My fiancé and I stayed in the Marigold room and it was adorable! A lot more spacious than I expected. The bed was extremely comfortable and the bathroom was more modern and upgraded than I expected. Everything was SPOTLESS. Our only disappointment was that we didn't encounter any spirits :) The book of local restaurants they have in the main area is a wealth of info and we found & went to a delish dinner at 1863, which was a short drive down 15. Enjoyed the hot tub and board games after dinner, which was great. Breakfast the next morning was very, very good. All in all, a wonderful weekend! Would definitely recommend staying here.
4.6 on September 24, 2014
The Baladerry is a really nice place. Judy and Peggy worked well together and made the stay GREAT!!! The location is close to the visitor center and the setting is perfect (we saw three deer near our room every morning). The breakfasts are OUTSTANDING!!!! Highly recommended.
5 on September 21, 2014
We usually stay at B&B's on our vacations and the Baladerry Inn really exceeded our expectations. The rooms were spotless (Thanks Peggy), the breakfasts were delicious, and Judy and Peggy both made us feel welcomed and comfortable. We will stay there again and recommend staying there to everyone.
4.4 on September 19, 2014
The Room was very clean, the host's were extreamly friendly and the night time guest speaker was outstanding. A little pricy for more than a night but all in all it was wonderful.
Countryside, Small town
Baltimore, MD (BWI-Baltimore Washington) 55 miles
From US Route 15, exit at Baltimore St., turn RIGHT. Travel North towards Gettysburg for 1 mile. Turn LEFT at Granite School House Road,across from McDuffer's Mini Golf. Bear LEFT at fork onto Blacksmith Shop Rd. Continue to stop sign. Bear LEFT onto Hospital Rd. We are first house on LEFT.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Eisenhower Nat'l Historic Site, Emmitsburg MD, Seton Shrine, Nat'l Firefighters' Museum, Lutheran Seminary, Orchards: Apple Blossom Festival, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Ski area, Winery
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Cottage, Country Inn, Historic Inn
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Conference Rooms, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Library, Piano, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi , Gazebo, hot tub, patio, hiking, jogging, biking
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Radio
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , gluten free meals
Crepes and Glazed Peach or Pear French Toast
A homemade egg and bacon filled crepe topped with melted cheddar cheese mixed with toasted onion and fresh chives. French Toast is soaked overnight with special sauce,layered with peaches or pears and baked in the morning.